If you want a long-lasting stroller, you need something not primarily meant for occasional use and. travel. The Influencer, even if marketed as kind of versatile, was designed as a travel stroller, and with that size and seat space, even if it's practical for car trips, I would not want it for a newborn nor for any terrain except for smooth pavements, malls, and similar. Even with the larger wheels. It will get looser, and the short backrest will be a bit awkward about 2 years in.
The Dragonfly is definitely more suitable for a newborn, design-wise, though again, if you want something from birth until 33-4 years, a reversible seater might not be it. The needs of the child as well as you change about 1.5-2.5yo as one needs something roomier but lighter, simpler, which a reversible model won't be.
Personally, I think you picked opposites, and I would suggest something roomier but lighter, quick folding. E.g. the Oyster Zero Gravity, the Baby Jogger City Mini2, or a Valco Snap (or Trend). All offer a bassinet option, more space in the seat, but also flat fold and multi-terrain use, not compromising the baby's nor pushing comfort.